From Alan Arqueza
This February for the New Year I decided to make a new arrangement in my computer home office. I moved my computer desk blocking my personal closet space. This made the room unexpectedly spacious. Most importantly the new furniture arrangement makes everything within my panorama view efficiently accessible and easy to remember. The new position of the desk and book shelf reminds me of the Chinese philosophical system of feng-shui and kaizen philosophy from Japan. The 2-level book shelf is from the year 1999 when the Internet Dot Com era was in a frenzy with venture capital. The book shelf is the same height of the desk. The right side from the desk is a wall partition measuring 15 cm more in depth extending beyond the width of the desktop. My first time to place the desk blocking the closet sliding door. I really enjoy the new placement within the spaciousness of the room.
The previous two years the computer desk faced east with the window to my right. In the year 1999 my computer desk faced north with the sunrise to my right from the window. Interestingly Windows XP displayed a "lens flare" effect to the left of the Windows logo that reminded me of the sunlight reflecting from the left side of the computer screen.
Note: The webpage theme is updated with a dimmer dark blue background color. I will continue to make notes in a pink Kokuyo Campus B5 Notebook before entering into sleep in the dream and in real-time to initiate dream telepathy research. Installed the free software Flux at https://justgetflux.com/ for all computers and smart phones.
Ⓒ 2017 Alan Arqueza